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Microwave harvesters could pluck electricity out of thin air

Durham - Researchers recently perfected a prototype device to produce electricity. It scavenges microwaves in the atmosphere that would otherwise be dispersed. Its function could be compared to harvesting energy out of thin air.

'Lights out' in France as big switch-off becomes law

France yesterday introduced energy conservation laws making it obligatory for shops and commercial premises to switch off internal, window and exterior lighting at night.

The dark streets of France: Government ponders shop lighting ban

The French government may introduce a law making it obligatory for lighting in shops and public buildings to be switched off during the early morning hours.

The Great Earth Hour Debate

Earth Hour participation has grown by leaps and bounds since its inception in 2007. Advocates claim it saves energy and raises awareness of the issue. Naysayers dismiss it as worthless and paranoiacs dismiss it as a conspiracy. Is the truth out there?

PC Power Management to save Ford over $1 million per year

Detroit - Ford, the only major U.S. auto manufacturers to refuse a government bailout, has introduced a PC Power Management program that it predicts will save the company $1.2 million per annum.

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